Absolutely. It doesn't feed into the narrative that slavery was the sole reason for the civil war. If the western states hadn't joined the union, the balance of power wouldn't have tipped and the south wouldn't have seceded. We could still have slavery today, excepting this. While it was A reason, it wasn't the ONLY reason.
and all options must have voice actors.
The new game is The Waylanders, favorite game is Dragon Age series.
I'm not crying, you're crying.
I had a top notch US History teacher. She split the class into thirds, each of us took a position, north, south, west. Each of us had seperate goals that we had to try and manuever with the others to try and achieve our objectives. Slavery was not the only issue, and imagine my absolute shock and surprise when it was my group (the north) that got shut out because of the alliance between the emerging western states and the south. It was horrifying and all of us were left with a very clear picture of why the civil war occured. That it wasn't simply about slavery, but was also about a way of life and the tipping of power with the addition of new states.
There was an alpha showing of a game I had previously been interested in because it's based on my alltime favorite. Unfortunately, during character creation you have to choose your characters gender pronouns.
I don't think I can buy this game now, and sincerely hope my favorite doesn't take this on in the sequel.
This is true, given how she gave lengthy sentences specifically for the free labor involved.
Clearly never played any Command & Conquer. Cavalry > infantry every time.
I’ll do that..
As soon as China starts working to actively reduce their emissions. Until then, get off my lawn.
Switch it around gently, and see if they'd have a problem with Trump taking the same actions. They'd be up in arms. Jesse Waters once did a 'man on the street' segment a few years ago where he would tell people of Obama's doings and attribute it to Trump. They were all against it, not realizing it was 'their man' who'd done it.
For instance: If Trump was the one who let his children make billion dollar deals with China, everyone would be up in arms about it.
Personally, I think it should go beyond defunding, and more to the: making universities liable for defaulted student loans, and not taxpayers. That would go a fair way to getting rid of these useless degrees.
People realized the mods weren’t enforcing the rules and everybody went to town. It’s been this way ever since.
We don’t take sucker bets here.
Don’t worry, the way things are going we can always go to war with China.
I'm sure they're as pure and clean as yellow snow.
That's what I'm saying, seems like all generally conservative publications are going the way of the left. Are they hedging their bets, do you think?
Why is everyone putting all their faith in the polls? The polls were 100% wrong last election and I doubt their accuracy for this one as well.
I’m an American, born and raised who happens to not be in America right now. You also have other Conservatives who have no haven of their own (think British conservatives for example). They want our president to succeed because if we do, we generally drag the rest of the western world with us.
I was expecting acid rain by now, at the very least.
It’s BS. He didn’t do well by polls in ‘16 either, I doubt they’d cause this kind of problem. It’s just media trying to drum up “mental fragility” where there is none because they have to know if you use that on Biden it’s going to be ugly.
I sincerely tried for the first two years of Obama’s presidency to convince myself that while I might disagree with his methods, he was doing what he thought was best for America.
I no longer believe that and can only believe he was part of a global plan to twist America into something it never was, and should never be.
So, like you, because I believe in America, I will be voting for President Trump.
It’s alright, can only assume you haven’t been lurking and it’s a legitimate concern with the current state of social media.
It’s been discussed multiple times in the past 4 months so I can only assume the mods are aware and have contingency plans in place.
You mean like with the guy who was wrongfully accused of being one of the Boston bombers but ended up being dead thanks to Reddit’s vigilantism??
Disclaimer: I can’t verify his death was linked to the accusation.
Nothing, it’s basically been in stasis. Reddit might’ve approved mods but then they’d have to pass our own mods vetting processes, and well.. I guess it never worked out so the sub stayed locked.